When I saw this writing prompt, I started to give it some deep thought. Then, I decided that I would pause a bit to find inspiration for my rumination.
Luckily, I did not have to look too far as our region was treated to an amazing sunset in one part of the sky and a fantastic double rainbow on the other side. No luck with the sunset, but I was able to capture the rainbows as they curved through the glowing pink sky.
Such a beautiful close to the day. Thankful, I am. 🙂
For today’s blog post, I thought that I would respond to The Road Taken , a current Photo Challenge link. This prompt was posted by a Canadian writer, Krista, who discovered the majesty of the mountains while visiting British Columbia.
In the Ontario community where I live, Waterloo Region, the past year was marked by an amazing discovery — remains of the corduroy road used by pioneers to traverse the terrain as they moved into this area!
Of course, many of us in Kitchener & Waterloo, went to see the evidence of this artifact through the fences as the construction zone for a light rail transit was cordoned off for safety and historical reasons. It was so inspiring and amazing to see the worn timbers that were uncovered, still lined up as they were placed to create this roadway. Here is a view for you!
Last year, some of the fragments were made available for people to relocate. The line-up of people was eagerly awaiting, early in the morning, too early for my husband to obtain as a gift for this history fan. Ah well, I’m sure that the pieces went to good homes. I will just be glad of the chance to have seen it & taken a pic or two!
*For those who are curious, more info is available at this link, including a sketch of the pioneer road.